All clinical psychologists should be in supervision. This means they will meet regularly with colleague(s) to discuss the therapy and assessment work they are doing. They will keep information that identifies you confidential, and the supervisor will also respect your privacy.
Supervision allows the quality of the psychologist’s work with you to be checked. It is a time when another psychologist can ask questions that can help your psychologist expand and deepen their understanding of your problems and of working with you. Supervision helps to keep the standard of psychology practice high.
See the Membership Documents to download the Supervision Report or Supervision Contract.